Mr Zulum implored traditional rulers, clerics and citizens to observe a one-day voluntary fast on Monday.
The chief of the UNICEF field office in Maiduguri, Phuong Nguyen, said the gesture would enhance access to quality healthcare service delivery at the grassroots.
NDLEA spokesman Femi Babafemi a six-month pregnant woman and mother of three, as well as three other women, were also arrested
Mr Zulum also tasked the committee to identify and document the grazing reserves and their current status in Borno.
According to UNICEF, less than 40 per cent of schools in Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe have teachers with minimum teaching qualifications.
“The total enrollment across the state now stands at 115,628 done in 162 PHCs across 25 LGAs,” Mr Abba said.
Mr Habib said 660,884 households were selected and verified to benefit from the intervention nationwide.
Mr Zulum expressed concern over the long-term consequences of weight limit violations on Borno roads.
Six political parties are participating in the elections. While one is participating fully, the others are participating skeletally.
“Others include Lipton soaked in gin, camel urine, mentholated spirit in soft drinks, 10-day-old human urine, and so on,” said NDLEA